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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

How to Pack 10 Days in 1 Carry-On

I've touched on the subject of packing in previous travel posts, but with the holidays around the corner, I thought it would be helpful to expand on exactly how I pack enough stylish outfits for 10 days...in a single carry-on bag!

You guys know we're budget travelers (tips on that here), which means no one is hauling our bags for us, therefore we travel light! Granted, traveling for the holidays likely isn't the same as two weeks in Europe, but the simpler the better in our book!

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First, you must start with a good bag...I love the 21-inch from the Atlantic Compass Unite Collection because of all the zippered compartments, built-in wet pocket, sturdy base, and easy to maneuver wheels. There are also extra clips for attaching other bags, and comfortable, padded handles. When hopping off and on trains and escalators, you want a bag that is light and transports easily.

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So first we'll start with what to pack. I believe it takes as much effort to dress like a schlep, as it does to throw on something cute. (Don't misunderstand, of course I own and wear clothing that should never see the light of day. I just don't bring them on trips where a camera is always out!) Shift dresses, skirts with tshirts, well-fitting jeans and cardigans are just as comfortable as sweatpants. And by adding gel insoles and/or good quality wool socks, my wedge boots, flats, and tennies are actually more comfortable than athletic shoes.

{What to Pack}

Choose neutral pieces, and keep them within the same color palette so everything mixes and matches, as well as layers. Weather can be unpredictable, so layering is key. We aren't packing 10 separate and complete outfits (or 20, if you count nights), we're packing for enough combinations for 10 days and nights.

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{Tops}

Tip: Avoid packing duplicate pieces, so you can get as many looks out of the few things you bring. 

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{Bottoms}

Tip: Accessories are an easy way to look pulled together, and don't take much room in a suitcase. Pack an assortment of scarves and statement jewelry pieces to add a pop of color, and make any outfit more chic.

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{Filler Pieces}

Consider both a lightweight jacket and vest, instead of a single bulky coat...they are easier to travel with, and can be worn alone, or layered for more warmth when needed. Of course if you're traveling to Alaska, you'll need a heavy coat, but wear it on the plane instead of packing it.

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{Jackets}

Tip: Stack your bras on top of each other, then fold together with undies tucked in the cups. This will help them keep their shape, and utilize the extra space. Also, no need to pack 10 pair, just bring a small bottle of liquid detergent to wash these items in the sink.

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{Staples}

Tip: Pack a tank, short-sleeve tee, and long-sleeve tee...these will serve as layering pieces if the weather is warmer or cooler than you expected.

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{Shoes}

Tip: Use plastic shower caps from the Dollar Store (or your hotel!) to wrap the soles of your shoes. This will keep them from getting your clothes dirty when packed.

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I use waterproof bags for toiletries in case of leaks, and store my curling iron in a felt sleeve so I can pack it while still warm. No one wants to miss their flight because they were waiting for their curling iron to cool off!

Tip: HomeGoods is a great resource for toiletry and cosmetic bags, jewelry rolls, and even suitcases!

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{Misc.}
Waterproof bags for hair products, make-up and jewelry
Curling Iron & Hair Dryer (don't forget adaptors if traveling international)

Tip: Use pill containers from the Dollar Store or HomeGoods to pack rings and small earrings, or even to fill with face cream. No sense in bringing the whole bottle if you're only gone a short bit.

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{How to Pack}

Okay, now that we've got all our clothes sorted out, it's time to fit them nicely in our carry-on sized bag. Start by tucking your hairdryer in the corner, then tightly roll all the pants and jackets. Place shoes in any gaps. Yep, rolling really does take up less space than folding...plus it keeps things from wrinkling as badly!

Tip: Place dryer sheets throughout your suitcase to keep your clothes smelling fresh.

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Roll tops, dress and skirt, and make a second layer, filling in gaps with toiletry bags and curling iron.

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Roll scarves and place in the shaft of one boot (every bit of space is utilized!), and place undergarments in the other boot. Lay them on top, and buckle in place. Put the larger toiletry bags and purse in top zippered compartment.

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Since I don't check the bag, I put items I might want to access during travel, like chargers and books, in the outside pockets. Voila! Ready to go!

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In addition to the roll-bag (each of us has our own), I have a personal carry-on tote (more on that later), and Mr. Sugarplum carries a small backback, that doubles as a day-pack once we arrive. We've employed this system for all our trips, long and short (read about those here), and it makes for relaxed, stress-free travel! What tips do you have for packing and traveling? Are you heading out of town soon? Check out my Sugarplum Style series for ideas on how I mix-and-match...you'll see most of these pieces pop up frequently.


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365 comments:

  1. I would love to try Atlantic Luggage on our next trip!

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  2. I used your packing tips on my trip of a lifetime to Italy and used my old carry-on. You are a genius, I can't wait to perfect the packing process with these new tips.....now I just need the perfect Atlantic Luggage!!!

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  3. Ooh definitely could use some new luggage. I can't believe you can pack like that. I am shameful when it comes to packing!

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  4. Great tips! I will definitely refer back to this when I'm packing for my next trip!

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  5. Will definitely be using your packing tips for our upcoming trip! Thanks!

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  6. Great tips and I love the blue luggage!

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  7. Wow this is impressive! Were you able to do this when traveling with infants too? We are flying with a 2 year old next month and I feel like we have to pack so much!

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  8. Thanks for the great packing tips!

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  9. Great tips! I agree - rolling clothes is the way to go when packing!

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  10. these wud be awesome! we are going to destin summer of 2015, our first real vacation away that isn't in a connecting state with family for cor. then the next yr its Puerto Rico - yes y'al's trip made me realize it is doable for us and ever since hubby and I went I've wanted to take my cor

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  11. oh! u need to do a post on the "ultimate" cross body bag - I just cant find one I luv!

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  12. The rolling technique is always a good one!

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  13. What great tips! I especially like the bridging a small bottle of liquid detergent. I have never thought of that it is a great tip! Thanks for sharing!

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  14. Pretty impressive you can pack for 10 days like that. I always overpack and bring something for every scenario possible (cold or hot days) :)
    Love the color of the luggage!

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  15. After an 11 day trip through Europe my bag took a beating. I saw a lot of 4 wheel bags while traveling and they are so much easier to handle than the 2 wheels. I want!

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  16. Love the pill holder idea - avoid the dreaded jewelry tangle!

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  17. Wow! I always have such a hard time packing light! These are great tips....can't wait to try them on my next trip!

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  18. I am the worst at packing for trips! I waaaay overpack every time! Great tips!!

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  19. Some great ideas are "packed" into this post =) Thanks!

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  20. Great tips. Maybe I'll try rolling instead of folding next time.

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  21. Awesome tips! Never would have thought of the plastic shower caps.

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  22. Great tips, Cassie! I always pack way too much and can never figure out how to do it efficiently!

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  23. We're going to Paris/London over the holidays to visit (and pick up) our daughter who is studying abroad. This couldn't have come at a better time!!

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  24. Awesome tips and tricks. Lovely bag and I love your blog :)

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  25. I have the Atlantic roller bag and I love that it's easy to spot amongst all the other black bags because of the silver zippers!

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  26. Great tips! So true about rolling vs. folding. Love that bag!

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  27. I love the tips and the luggage too!

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  28. My main problem is all the toiletries I need! I can never just carry on because I need about 5 different hair products, a bunch of face stuff, and even only taking a small amount of each just cannot fit in the little ziploc to go through security. I think I am too high-maintenance for 1 bag (or I need my own plane.) ;)

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  29. Great tips! The luggage looks amazing. We travel quite a bit and have been looking for a new set.

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  30. I love the tips for packing things inside the boots and how you handle your undies!!

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  31. Great tips! My fave is the pill boxes for jewelry. Love that idea. My earrings always get crazy when i travel. That bag looks fantastic too! Thanks!

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  32. Love this! I'd also love to see some outfit combos with what you packed!

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  33. I would love to learn to pack my bags like that. We travel a lot so it would probably make my husband a lot happier as well.

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  34. Love your tips! I tend to overpack and have to check a bag. Next time, I'm following your advice!

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  35. Great advice and tips! I always overpack!

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  36. Great tips, especially like the one about shower caps on soles of shoes.

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  37. These tips will be super helpful on our next trip! Thanks!

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  38. I love the tips! I always roll clothes...makes a big difference!

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  39. The blue luggage is so cute!

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  40. Love the tips, especially the shower caps and the pill containers. Genius.

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  41. Love the color and how durable the luggage is! Military, so we travel alot!! I am the self proclaimed queen of packing : )

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  42. LOVE these tips! I wold have never thought to place cheap shower caps around my shoe soles or use stackable pill containers for jewelry, so clever! Thanks so much for the great tips and giveaway!

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  43. Love this post and this great giveaway!

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  44. Love that color, and love packing light! Thanks for the tips!

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  45. What a great bag! Thanks for the giveaway! Also, the trick with the shower caps on the shoes...mind. blown. (as my 17 year old nephew would say :)

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  46. love these packing tips! need to go to the dollar store asap :)

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  47. Great tips! I love the pill container tip.

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  48. I love these tips! If only I was as stylish as you.

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  49. Great tips! I love the pill container idea. Genius!

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  50. Love this! So many great ideas!

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  51. This is great. I usually pack separate outfits but using the same pieces for different combinations is so much better and way less stressful

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  52. Great post! We always carry- on too! Much easier!

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  53. I'm such a heavy packer...these are great tips!

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  54. Great tips! You've inspired me to become a better packer!

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  55. We have plans to travel soon. Great post. TFS

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  56. We have lots of travel plans for 2015 so these would work great for us!

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  57. We are planning an 11 day trip this summer. Love pillbox idea for jewlery.

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  58. Wonderful tips! So helpful for over packers like me!

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  59. Brilliant! I'm taking a trip next month- can you just come pack for me and bring all those cute clothes?

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  60. Learned something new today- Instead of using plastic bags for shoes, I'm now going to try shower caps. Thanks for the helpful tips!

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  61. We were just looking to add suitcases to our wedding registry, if we win them, we wont have to! :)

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  62. I LOVE your idea about using shower caps as shoe covers! So clever and easy.

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  63. My husband always insists on rolling his clothes. It really does take up less space!

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  64. Love the rolling tip! That luggage looks amazing as well!

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  65. Fabulous post! Atlantic luggage is awesome with all of the separate zipper compartments! I am going to have to try rolling my clothes on my next trip. Looking forward to the many outfits you created from the items you packed. :)

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  66. Great posts and lots of helpful tips. Thanks

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  67. The use of shower caps as shoe protectors is brilliant. Thanks, Cassie!

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  68. Great tips! Can't wait to use them for my upcoming trip to Boston!

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  69. I loved the shoe shower cap trick.

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  70. Great tips! Need a trip to the Dollar store. Love the color of the luggage, and all of its compartments.

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  71. Excellent advice. I particularly like the shower cap/shoes idea! This luggage looks awesome - thanks for the chance to win! <3

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  72. great tips! can't wait to use the shower cap trick on my next trip!

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  73. When I started reading this post, I immediately marked the luggage and a Wishlist item! My luggage set is almost 20 years old and has seen better days and this would make a great replacement. Even better if I could win it :)))

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  74. I seriously want to buy the exact same clothes you packed for your theoretical trip. Genius!

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  75. Packing for trip is always painful process for me. Your tips work great for me. As always your writing style is amazing!

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  76. LOVE THIS BAG! My luggage is 20 years old and in desperate need of an over hall! Thanks for sharing!

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  77. Wow! I am not sure I could manage to pack that much in that small of a suitcase, but darn if I am not going to try on my next long trip. And can I have your wardrobe, please? Fabulous! Love that your suitcase has a removable laundry bag. That would come in handy!

    Wendy | Fashionable Heart

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  78. I haven't tried rolling clothes for packing before, what a great idea...

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  79. Awesome packing tips and amazing luggage! Love the wet bag that is included. Super smart idea!

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  80. You are brilliant. Just brilliant. I love how you thought of covers for the bottom of your shoes, I am a germaphobe and love that idea! I am going to pin this for our next big trip! Thanks!

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  81. Great post! Would love to see the outfits you recreated with these pieces.

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  82. I haven't bought new luggage in over 17 years and now I have a husband and 5 children. We are in desperate need of new luggage that has working zippers and handles. I would love a new set. I can't believe you fit everything into that little carry on. Great post and giveaway!

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  83. Fabulous idea about the shower caps and the pill box for jewelry! I'll be using those ideas when my hubs and I travel to Paris next month!

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  84. I'm seriously so impressed with your packing skills!! Seriously, I overpack for simple weekends away - you'd think I was going somewhere for two weeks. I need to get better as we have a little one on the way, and I can only imagine how it's going to be packing for myself and a baby now. That luggage is awesome with all of the pockets and compartments! The waterproof pocket is brilliant.

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  85. Thanks for the great tips and giveaway!

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  86. I want the piece of luggage and all of your cute things inside! :)

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  87. Thanks for the great tips! Rolling your clothes really does make a huge difference in packing suitcases.

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  88. Love the luggage! Ours are getting really beat - would love to have new!

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  89. I am heading to Italy soon! Perfect timing on this post!

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  90. I travel all the time for work, and my suitcase could really use an upgrade. 360 wheels would be soooo amazing!

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  91. Love this luggage! It would be perfect for our upcoming trip to Panama!

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  92. I'm heading to Disney next month, would love to have this set!!!!

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  93. Love the idea of using shower caps around the shoes/boots! Genius. And, the stackable pill bottles. Need to remember both since I will be traveling 3 more times before the end of year.

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  94. I love the 360 degree swivel wheels, oh to never hold up the boarding line again....

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  95. Love everything about it! Thanks!

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  96. Honey, I saw the tip about using pill containers for jewelry, and stopped in my tracks. I actually stared with my mouth open and said, "That's genius!" So smart. Thanks for the tips, I'd love to see how you would mix and match the outfits throughout the trip!

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  97. The part about using shower caps on shoes is great. I'll definitely be picking up a bunch!

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  98. Very helpful post!! I've travelled tons and still SUCK at packing!! haha Next trip I'll definitely be referencing your post and taking your advice! Thanks!!

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  99. We are going to Iceland next year and this would be PERFECT!! I hope I win :)

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  100. Stuffing items in your boots is genius!!

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  101. After 60+ international trips in 6 years plus a good 2 dozen domestic trips with the same carry-on bag, my poor bag is in need of replacing! The Atlantic luggage would be a perfect replacement.

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  102. Love your tips! As a family we love to travel and we never check bags. This will be great for my daughters. Thanks!

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  103. Love packing posts! The luggage looks beautiful :)

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  104. Thank you for such awesome packing tips. They will come in handy when our family goes to Disney World in November. Your tips will keep me from over packing clothes that I don't even wear!

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  105. Awesome packing tips! That luggage would be great for our next trip.

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  106. Great packing tips!! So wish I had known them before an international trip a couple of years ago, ha! And I never even thought about tucking scarves and undies in the shafts of my boots. I always would wear my boots on the plane, even if I was sweating (less space in the suitcase).

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  107. I love these great packing tips!!! I will have to use these in my upcoming trip to Disney World. I love luggage with all sorts of compartments for extra storage and organization.

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  108. Great packing tips. But, if you are Plus-sized, your clothes are bigger and take up much more room than if you are a size 4 or 6. So, that does make it more difficult to pack the same number of clothes in such a small bag.

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  109. Great giveaway! Would love for our 5 year anniversary trip!

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  110. This giveaway could not come at a better time. A trip to Ireland is already in the books for New Years, and my large suitcase's wheel JUST broke. I need this!

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  111. I just went and put two of these bags in my cart and then I saw the giveaway! Great packing tips! Now if I can convince my husband and myself to travel with our young (3 & 7 mos) kiddos.

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  112. Great ideas!! Will be using some of them while packing for our next trip! Amazing giveaway as well. :)

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  113. I can't believe you fit all that in the bag!

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  114. I don't have that problem! I choose what I need to take, and then my other half thinks how to fit it all into one suitcase! I'll have to send his this post! :)

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  115. I wasn't convinced you could fit all those clothes in a carry on bag! I'm duly impressed and will try this out over the Thanksgiving holiday.

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  116. Great packing tips...love your site!

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  117. very smart and you will still look adorable!

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  118. Great tips! I love your shower cap shoe covers :)

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  119. I love that suitcase! So many compartments and pockets!

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  120. Love packing tips - heading to Fredericksburg with the girls in a few weeks and these will come in handy. :)

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  121. Thank you for the tips!! My husband and I love to travel. We're headed to Southern California next February and are so excited!!

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  122. These tips are very helpful, I like to think I'm a great packer, but I've neve thought of the pill box trick or the undies in the bra. Thanks!

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  124. Love your idea to use shower caps to cover your shoe bottoms! I'm always using leftover grocery bags to put my shoes in but show caps makes much more sense!

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  125. I am leaving on a trip tomorrow and there may be rainy weather.
    Great tip on the shower caps!

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  126. You are so smart. I love and have used so many of your packing tips! The shower caps...genius! I was just rummaging for something to put my muddy shoes in on our trip home. That will be a new staple for me!

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  127. Amazing tips---will definitely be using them!

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  128. Good advice Cass. I always believe in packing lightly because it's no fun lugging a heavy suitcase.

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  129. Oops, I think it ate my earlier comment. I need a new carry-on - I've been borrowing my husband's bag and it isn't very pretty!

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  130. I wish I could pack that light, but I love clothes too much and have little kids that make big messes! Great tips though

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  131. I love your blog and the Atlantic Luggage looks awesome! That would be so cool to win it! Thanks for doing what you do.

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  132. I love the inner section for laundry/wet clothes!

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  133. I love these tips - will definitely keep them in mind for an upcoming trip. Love the shower cap idea!

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  134. Great tips. I am a chronic overpacker. Bookmarking this to refer back to.

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  135. I am amazed how you fit all that in the tiny bag! I am a serious overpacker!

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  136. Thanks for the tips on packing.

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  137. I love the luggage and love your tips!!

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  138. Such great timing! I am planning my packing list for Vegas right now!

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  139. Thanks for all the great packing tips!

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  140. So fun!!! I figured out awhile ago to roll my clothes but I am terrible at mix-matching outfits and only bringing a few tops and what not! Thanks for your tips…they seriously are the best!!!!

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  141. Thanks for all the packing tips!

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  142. Love this, especially about the felt sleeve for the curling iron. Thanks.

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  143. These are great tips, esp using shower caps for my shoes. Plastic bags get too bulky. I could really use that luggage. The color will really show up on the luggage carousel. Thanks for the chance to win it.

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  144. Great tips! I would love that set of luggage for a trip next summer to CA. :)

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  145. Great tips! I'm such an over packer....inspired to do better! Love the idea of filling the boots and the bra/panty tip! I learned about rolling several years ago and use it for my tank top drawer and my kids tshirt drawer.....hiow did it take so long to realize rolling > folding!!

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  146. I'm amazed! I hate over-packing and I should be able to take your tips to prevent it in the future.

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  147. Thanks for the packing tips and giveaway opportunity!

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  148. You have some great packing ideas. Especially loved the shower caps, as that tip deals with my personal packing pet-peeve. I would love to win the luggage set, thanks for highlighting it!

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  149. Thanks for the great tips! I'd love to win the luggage!

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  150. I have been looking for a new suitcase for while... looks like I just found it. Thanks!

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  151. Thanks for the tips! I registered for the giveaway!

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  152. These tips seem so reasonable that I'm going to try them next time we end out of town! I'm such a bad over-packer! Winning this luggage would be amazing!

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  153. Great practical and do-able tips!

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  154. Great tips. We're planning a road trip to Alaska in the spring. This luggage would be great!

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  155. All it takes to pack a carry-on for a 10-day trip is a little thinking and combining the outfits. I've done it more than a dozen times. I have the cutest little turquoise carry-on from carpisa (an italian brand), and i love it!

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  156. So happy to see this post. These great tips will help on my next trip.

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  157. Brilliant! Now I need a place to go (oh and the $$ to go) so I can use this method! I am seriously saving this post and will pack just like this. I adore your blog!

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  158. well, I don't see my post:( ughhh lol

    I think those are awesome tips you gave! My Aunt will benefit from these b/c she thinks she needs 3 suitcases ha

    I think the luggage looks very stylish and durable!! thanks so much for the chance to win!!

    Joey J.

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  159. I've never been more impressed with your skills or loved you more than I do right now at this exact moment. I bow to your packing skills. I SERIOUSLY take more to the ranch for a 2 day weekend. Seriously.

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  160. Your packing skills are very impressive!!! Love the blue color of that luggage. I'm sure it's easier to spot if you do check it.

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  161. Good tips! Love the suitcase :)

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  162. Your tips are so helpful and you always look so cute when you travel!

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  163. Great tips and love that luggage!

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  164. I' going to challenge my sister to this on our next trip. Could be the hardest thing we've ever done!

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  165. Thanks for the tips. It's always a challenge to get enough in my bag when I fly to Colorado to visit my son, but these tips will make it much easier.

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  166. What wonderful and useful info. I recently retired and can see a lot of traveling in my near future! I need new luggage and this looks magnificent!

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  167. Great packing tips. Thanks for sharing. I would love to win these suitcases

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  168. Great tips and I am planning a short trip soon. This has been really helpful!

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  169. I love these ideas! My husband and I travel a lot so these would be awesome to win!

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  170. Great ideas! I will definitely have to utilize these tips for future trips.

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  171. i love these tips !! i also need some new luggage! love your blog

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  172. Not sure if my comment went through... Great tips! And beautiful luggage.

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